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206 East Morris Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Ph: (480) 303-1133
Fax: (602) 759-1280
Website last updated: 03.18.21
Please call the 24/7 operator at 480.303.1133 with your chief complaint, best email, and contact numbers. Medical offices may send referrals via fax but please include patients' email as much as possible. Email facilitates scheduling and other important communications now.
Including, but not limited to:
- Sound sensitivity
- Discomfort in ears
- Ear fullness
- Difficulty walking
(eye movement abnormalities)
- Sleep difficulties
- Ill effects of chronic stress
- Chemotherapy decline (chemobrain,
- Mood disturbances
- Mild traumatic brain injury / post-concussion syndrome / symptoms (headache, dizziness, difficulties with memory, personality and sleep, sound sensitivity, light sensitivity, tinnitus / hearing loss, blurred vision, other)
About the Physician
Robb, M.J.A., & Seidman, M.D. (2009). Nutritional Supplements for the Hearing-Impaired Patient. In M. Jennifer Derebery, M.D., FACS and William Luxford, M.D. (Eds., House Ear Institute), Hearing Loss, The Otolaryngologist's Guide to Amplification. San Diego: Plural Publishing. Released October 2009. ISBN10: 1-59756-188-6ISBN13: 978-1-59756-188-4
Henry JA, Trune DR, Robb MJA, Jastreboff PJ. Tinnitus Retraining Therapy - Clinical Guidelines (Part I) and Patient Counseling Guide (Part II). Plural Publishing, San Diego, CA. Released April 2007. ISBN: 1597561541
Robb MJA: Tinnitus Care and Management Strategies, The Cortland Forum, July 2006. Online free article access: www.cortlandtforum.com
Robb MJA: Tinnitus Device Directory Parts III and IV. Tinnitus Today - The Journal of the American Tinnitus Association. March and June 2006. Call the ATA at 1-800-634-8978 for your complimentary photocopy of the four-part series which reviews the current array of devices capable of providing significant tinnitus relief and/or join the ATA and access the series as well as many other helpful archived articles via www.ata.org. This series of articles review and critique several devices that currently result in or have potential to offer tinnitus and hyperacusis patients significant relief over time. Pros and cons, pricing, contact info, historical data, and brief discussions are featured for each product. ATA members and donors can access the directories for free online and non-members can request free copies via mail.
Robb MJA, Schiller M, Albenberg D: Third-Party Free Medicine - Operating a Doctor's Office Without Taking Medical Insurance or Medicare. Audio CD and video DVD. Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). Recorded live speeches from the AAPS 61st Annual Meeting, Portland, October 2004.
Robb, MJA: Starting Out Third Party Free. Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, Volume 9, Number 2, pages 60-61, Summer 2004.
Fife TD, Larson S, Robb MJ. Central Nystagmus Associated with Hashimoto's Encephalopathy. Ann Neurol 2003;54 (Suppl 7):S45-46.
Robb, MJA: Tinnitus Device Directory Part II. Tinnitus Today - The Journal of the American Tinnitus Association, September 2003.
Robb, MJA: Tinnitus Device Directory Part I. Tinnitus Today - The Journal of the American Tinnitus Association, June 2003.
To keep alive the practice of private medicine, to strive for excellence in teaching and clinical research, and to preserve the sanctity of the patient-doctor relationship through old-fashioned, country-doctor values combined with modern oto-neurological subspecialty expertise.